Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Mother's Day Flowers and a Linky

I had all four kids at home on Mother's Day. With two of them being adults, that is no longer always possible. Hubby gave me the flowers and made pancakes for breakfast. Samantha took one of the photos, which I labeled below. The very last flower is a Gazania that Jeremiah found while going for walk last week. The Gazania flowers are indigenous to Southern Africa and they come in a variety of color combinations. I think God must have had a lot of fun "painting" them. If you do a Google image search on them, you'll see what I mean!

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Samantha took this photo.

Jeremiah picked this Gazania flower and gave it to Amanda.


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  1. I hope you had an enjoyable Mothers Day, your flowers are beautiful! I had a lovely day outside BBQing and I made a gluten free carrot cake and it was wonderful!!
    Now I hope you have a lovely week!

  2. I love Mother's Day flowers! Happy (belated) Mother's Day to you!

  3. Wow, those are beautiful! Happy Mother's Day!

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  5. Are you in South Africa? I have a very good blogger friend in South Africa... it's an absolute beautiful country. Now I see why your flowers are beyond words. If you put those together maybe you missed your calling and should've become a florist. Their amazing. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Yes, I'm an American expat living in South Africa. The flowers were store bought and came arranged like that. Thanks!


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